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Tasmanian Department of Premier and Cabinet Seeks Security & CCTV Systems For 60 Sites

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TASMANIA’S Department of Premier and Cabinet has gone to tender seeking security and CCTV systems for 60 sites across the state.

Provision of security services for the Department of Premier and Cabinet property holdings comprising approximately 60 sites state-wide, including Service Tasmania retail shopfronts and electorate offices.

Services sought include alarm monitoring and response, along with equipment supply, installation and maintenance.

Interested parties must also be capable of providing security auditing and reporting services, including maintaining records of as-installed equipment at each site.

The Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPAC) is the central agency of the Tasmanian State Government. The Department provides a broad range of services to Cabinet, other members of Parliament, Government agencies and the community.

The Department works closely with the public sector, the community, local government, the Australian Government and other state and territory governments. The Department also provides administrative support to the Tasmanian Community Fund which is separately accountable and reports directly to Parliament.

The tender closes on July 24.

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